Back in June, Sennheiser teased the upcoming release of its new Momentum 4 headphones, which is scheduled to be launched this month. At the time basically the only thing revealed about the upcoming wireless headphones is that it will have a battery life of 60 hours. Since then, the design of the headphones have also been revealed, but not in an official capacity.
As The Verge reports, Canada Computers, an electronics retailer in said country, has put Sennheiser Momentum 4 up on its website ahead of the official launch. Thanks to the product listing, we get a pretty good look at what the wireless headset will look like, as well as its pricing in Canada. But we’ll get to that last one in a bit.
One of the obvious differences between the Sennheiser Momentum 4 and the preceding models is the looks. Take, for example, the immediate predecessor, the Momentum 3. It had this quintessentially retro look to it, what with its adjustable metal bands on each earcup. But with the upcoming model, has adopted the decidedly modern, but also arguably generic, look to it. In fact, if it were not for the fabric-wrapped headband with the brand logo on it, it would be a tad tough to distinguish it from other major players in the headphone market.
For what it’s worth, the Canada Computers listing also shows that there are two colour options for the Sennheiser Momentum 4 – black and white. Inside the carrying case, you get the USB-A to USB-C cable for charging, 3.5mm audio cable for wired use, and even a plane adaptor. That last one would probably see more use in the future, now that countries are opening up borders for travellers.
The listing also shows a CA$449.95 (~RM1560) price tag. Though it remains to be seen what the actual local price would be like once it officially launches and becomes available here.